Questions raised over efficiency of fridge recycling plants

The performance of the UK's first generation of fridge recycling plants, and their efficiency in recovering ozone-depleting CFCs and HCFCs, have been called into question by a standards body selling quality assurance to operators. Figures on the amount of ozone-depleting substances recovered from such plants have yet to emerge - even though the UK was obligated to supply them to the European Commission by the end of 2001.

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